Biography: Goudelock's game resembles that of BYU star Jimmer Fredette, though he hasn't received nearly that amount of notoriety. He spent four years at College of Charleston, which failed to make the NCAA tournament during his time there - an added lack of publicity that may further hurt his draft stock. Much like Fredette, Goudelock is a dangerous long-range shooter and seems to score at will. He set career highs with 23.7 points and 4.2 assists per game last season, and had seven 30-point efforts. He scored a game-high 28 points in a loss to North Carolina on Nov. 28. While his long-range shooting and scoring ability is not in question, his lack of athleticism could diminish his stock. He's not a strong finisher at the rim, and at times seems reluctant to take the ball to the basket. Goudelock took advantage of some lesser competition in the mid-major ranks, and his smaller-school background will lead to questions about whether he can make a successful leap to the NBA. Despite his gaudy scoring numbers, he averaged just 3.0 assists and 2.2 turnovers for his college career. His turnover average jumped to a career-high 3.2 as a senior. He'll also have to overcome a lack of NBA height and quickness to succeed. Goudelock may be lucky enough to have a team take a chance on him in the second round, but he's likely headed for undrafted free agency and attempting to work his way onto a roster.